Tag Archives: Imus

What is the Reformed Faith?

By Dr. Michael S. Horton © 1993 Modern Reformation Magazine How do I go to God?”, someone asked the Scottish Presbyterian, Horatius Bonar. The parson answered, “It is with our sins that we go to God, for we have nothing else that we can truly call our own.” Much like Lutheranism, the Reformed tradition was […]

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Rev. Dr. Iain Duguid Preaching at Our Anniversary Service

On August 28, 2016, Rev. Dr. Iain Duguid, Old Testament Professor at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was the guest preacher at the Joint Anniversary Service of Zion Cornerstone Reformed Churches in Imus and Pasig. ZCRC (Imus) praised God for its 5th anniversary, and ZCRC (Pasig) for its 8th anniversary. Rev. Duguid preached on […]

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“What is a Reformed Church?”

© 2008 by Daniel R. Hyde. All rights reserved A Reformed church is Christian, Protestant, Confessional, not Catholic, not “dead, traditional, or ritualistic.” We believe that sinful humans are saved by grace alone, from eternity past to eternity future, and that we experience this grace of God as the Holy Spirit uses certain means that […]

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Our Church Officebearers and Staff

ZCRC Imus officebearers (2019 to 2021) with Rev. Lance Filio at the ZCRC 7th Anniversary Service. From left to right: Andy M. Domondon, Ronald T. Fernando, Isagani S. Ong, Clark G. Añora, Jeremiah Paul G. Manuel, Elmer B. Sarmiento. Pastor: Rev. Lance Filio (Former Associate Pastor, Baclaran Unida Evangelical Church; B.S. in Electronics and Communication Engineering, Mapua […]

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Inquirers’ Class Manual

  [download id=”819″]   Thanks to Rev. Michael Brown, pastor of Christ United Reformed Church in Santee, California, who provided us with a copy of their Membership Class Manual, we now have a Manual of our own. As written in the Preface, the class is designed to be completed in seven weeks, providing attendees “with time […]

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Our Story

Our church was formed by believers who were concerned that most evangelical churches have departed from scriptural teachings to accommodate modern social trends. We are united in our belief in the Bible, the creeds of the church, and the teachings of the 16th century Protestant Reformation. In early 2011, I met Elmer Sarmiento, an accountant […]

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November 3, 2013: Trumpeting the Gospel of the Reformation

Download this liturgy (PDF). Pages 1 and 2 should be printed double-sided. Page 3 should be printed on both sides and cut into half to make it a bulletin insert. § Entering Into Worship * Responsive Call to Worship: Psalm 46:1, 7, 9, 10; 34:3 Minister: God is our refuge and strength, a very present […]

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Liturgy for October 13, 2013

Come, join us as we worship a holy and gracious God with reverence and joy! Liturgical Element of the Week: This week, we focus on the “Why Do We Sing the Psalms?” § * Those who are able, please stand. Download PDF liturgy God Speaks People Respond ENTERING INTO WORSHIP * Call to Worship: Psalm […]

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2nd Anniversary Worship Service and Thanksgiving

Mark your calendar! You are cordially invited to a worship service to commemorate God’s mighty work in our church’s two years of service in the Kingdom of Christ. Where We Are:

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Liturgy for June 9, 2013

Come, join us as we worship a holy and gracious God with reverence and joy! * Those who are able, please stand. Download PDF liturgy God Speaks People Respond ENTERING INTO WORSHIP * Call to Worship: Psalm 66:1-7, 13-20 * Invocation: Psalm 124:8 * Salutation: 1 Corinthians 1:2-3 * Opening Prayer * Song of Praise: Come, […]

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